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Botswana & Victoria Falls Adventure

Itinerary

Botswana & Victoria Falls Adventure

Day 1 - Windhoek

Arrive at any time. There are no planned activities until an evening welcome meeting.

Day 2 - Windhoek/Ghanzi

Get ready to check another country off your list as the group crosses the border from Namibia into Botswana. Travel east into the heart of the Kalahari to Ghanzi. Catch a glimpse of how the Indigenous San Bushmen adapted to this difficult landscape on a San bushman walk. Continue through the eastern part of Namibia and cross into Botswana before travelling into the heart of the Kalahari. Arrive in the late afternoon and camp in the Ghanzi area.

Day 3 - Ghanzi to Maun

Prepare for a 1-night/2-day journey into the Okavango Delta. Travel along the northern portions of the Kalahari Desert throughout the day – this is a severely arid and barren landscape, though very beautiful. After arrival in Maun, the biggest town in the Okavango Delta area, pick up any supplies needed and prepare for the journey into the Okavango Delta. In the evening, watch a traditional dance group performance on the poolside terrace.

Day 4 - Okavango Delta

Enjoy wildlife walks, birding and traditional mokoro excursions in the Okavango Delta. Learn the ways of the bush from the local 'polers'. The excursion begins with a drive in customized safari vehicles for about 1-2 hrs to the "dock" to board a mokoro (canoe) that takes us deep into the delta. After a 1-2 hrs in the mokoro, arrive to the camp.

Day 5 - Okavango Delta/Nata

Travel to Nata. Opt for a sunset wildlife safari drive or bush walk in the area. Watch elephants drink from the camp's watering hole at night. Enjoy the sunrise in the delta before travelling back to Maun by mokoro. Stop in Maun, pick up your luggage, have lunch, and continue to Nata.

Day 6 - Nata/Kasane

Travel to Kasane. Opt to embark on a sunset boat cruise on the Chobe River. Travel to Kasane outside the gates of Chobe National Park, home to the largest elephant population in Southern Africa. Opt to pre-book a Chobe River Sunset Cruise on the checkout page, or through your Global Connection Officer or travel agent.

Day 7 - Kasane/Victoria Falls

Opt for an early morning safari drive in Chobe National Park, before crossing into Zimbabwe. Enjoy lunch at the G Adventures–supported Lusumpuko Women's Club. Take advantage of free time and choose to visit Victoria Falls, or try a helicopter flight over them. Cross the border to enter into Zimbabwe and continue on to Victoria Falls, arriving in the early afternoon. This is a great base to see natural wonders and take part in some adventure activities. Opt to get up close (and wet from the spray) while visiting the immense Victoria Falls, raft the whitewater of the mighty Zambezi, or, for the more adventurous, bungee jump with Victoria Falls in view.

Day 8 - Victoria Falls

Depart at any time.
Summary

What’s included?

Accommodation

Hotels (2 nts), lodge/chalet (4 nts), basic camping (1 nt).

Local transport

Air-conditioned touring vehicle, walking, mokoro, safari vehicle.

Meals

Meals Included: 7 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 3 dinners
Meals Budget: Allow USD135-175 for meals not included.

Additional info

Ghanzi
- Traditional San People Dancing (100-600BWP per group)

Nata
- Nata Area Bushwalk (205BWP per person)
- Nata Area Wildlife Safari Drive (310BWP per person)

Chobe National Park
- Chobe River Sunset Cruise
- Chobe National Park Safari Drive

Victoria Falls
- Zambezi Bungee Jump (176USD per person)
- Victoria Falls Helicopter Ride - 15 Mins
- Victoria Falls Visit (50USD per person)

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